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   "The Master in the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, between his mind and his body, between his education and his recreation, between his love and his religion, between his diet and his day. He can hardly tell one body from another. He simply pursues his vision of excellence in everything he does, leaving it to others to decide whether he's working or playing. He thinks he's always doing both at the same time."

Find out more about Julio Aquino

"I graduated in nutrition at the University of Brasília (UnB) in 1996. I specialized in functional sports nutrition and have always tried to associate nutrition with the principle of uniqueness. That is, the individual's harmonization through food.

I soon realized that for the full conjunction physical activity should be part of the process. In this way, I had the honor of participating in the first class of functional sports nutrition in the city of Brasília.

In the eagerness for answers that the allopathic school did not provide, I entered training at the Traditional Chinese Medicine school. A new world then opened. Now diagnoses were based on energetic principles and from the balance of energy health would come. I delved into the study of the plants and formulas used by the great Chinese masters of the art of healing. I fell in love with Japanese cranial acupuncture (Yamamoto), with its techniques of cranial puncture and body mirroring in the topography of the scalp. I studied Sensei Manaka in his book “Chasing the Dragon's Tail”. I observed the importance of transferring energy to different parts of the body. In his techniques I became aware of the importance of the spirit in bioenergetic balance.

After some time, already experienced in orchestrating the formulas and principles of Yin and Yang, I tried to learn more about the bioenergetic issue. I experienced how we Westerners interpret what the ancient Eastern masters called CHI, or energy. I came across the molecular vibrations studied by the Germans in the middle of the last century. Vibrations were studied through the principle of resonance, that is, Bioresonance. This physical principle says that all matter vibrates, and diseased matter, as well as healthy matter, have vibrations and are different from each other, that is, dissonant and non-resonant Finding the dissonance between health and disease would be fundamental. I then started the analysis of Quantum Mechanics scholars, still not very well understood. Once again I was struck by the interrelationship between Lao Tzu's absolute concept of the non-existence of Buddha and the Particle-Wave theory of Quantum Physics. Where, the conscious mind in the present moment arises as the irrefutable cure of all disease.

So, how to treat a patient without so much awareness of the disease? The solution also came from Germany. A man, a genius, still in the seventeenth century, far from Heisenberg's concept, formulated homeopathy. Method of healing through the vibrational movements of matter or non-matter. This master, who died poor for not being believed in the basic concept that EVERYTHING is energy, formulated for humanity the subtle, hormonal and gentle way of healing. Its concepts, still not understood by some accidental, are used nowadays in the most modern urban centers of the European, North American and Asian continent. Unfortunately, we Brazilians are still prejudiced and do not understand the subtleties and mastery of homeopathy as integral medicine.

I graduated in Homeopathy at UFV (Federal University of Viçosa) and from there I continued to pursue the idea that the mind and its truths/lies would formulate the way out for the integral improvement of the individual. I graduated in behavioral profile analysis based on William Moulton Marston's theory which identifies the factors of Dominance, Influence, Stability and Compliance, being the gateway to understanding the other and essential for personal development. I also started the journey of exploring Kinesiology based on the technique of psychosomatic unblocking through Muscle Balancing and on the psychoneurosomatic alignment technique through Tree in One Concepts and on behavioral modeling techniques from processes of interpretation of the Environment, person and consciousness .

The differential of my work is to combine nutrition and its orthomolecular supplements with herbs and the psychosomatic/behavioral profile of the individual in the search for well-being, body adequacy and the encouragement of consciential change. The incorporation of integrative techniques, such as homeopathy, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Kinesiology, Iridology, among others, aim to provide greater support and basis for the treatment. Each patient is evaluated in their mental, emotional and physical context."


Nutritionist graduated from UnB – University of Brasília.

Specialized in functional sports nutrition.

Specialized in Clinical Phytotherapy.

Other Titles:

Member of the American College of Sport Medicine (ACSM) and the Institute of Functional Medicine (IFM) and certified in Personal & Professional Coaching by the Brazilian Society of Coaching and Behavior Analyst by the DISC tool.

It also has courses and training in:

  • Applied Kinesiology through the muscle balancing technique and the Three in One Concepts technique (a technique that seeks physical, mental and spiritual harmonization through muscle tests and corrections in the patient's own body, so that it returns to its natural balance).

  • Traditional Chinese Medicine with expertise in the Chinese pharmacopeia by IBV, Bem Viver Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

  • Organic Iridology (method that studies the iris to know the individual physically and mentally)

  • Homeopathy, with a training course at the Federal University of Viçosa.

  • Heiki, (Japanese technique of energy balance through harmonization of the body's energy centers).

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